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Server-Side VoiceXML Development with Java Servlets and PHP

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  1. Server-Side VoiceXML Development with Java Servlets and PHP
  2. Setting Up a Servlet Environment
  3. PHP Scripting
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Server-side development using Java servlets or PHP requires setting up web server software to support this environment. Here, Rick Beasley et al use JRun as their servlet engine.
This sample chapter is excerpted from Voice Application Development with VoiceXML, by Rick Beasley, Kenneth Michael Farley, John O'Reilly, and Leon Squire.
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Server-Side VoiceXML Development with Java Servlets and PHP

Introduction

Server-side development using Java servlets or PHP requires setting up web server software to support this environment. Here we'll use JRun as our servlet engine. In a production environment, you would probably choose to run web server software such as Apache to serve static content and use JRun (or a similar servlet engine such as Tomcat) to serve dynamic content. In the PHP section of this article, we've chosen to describe an environment that consists of the Apache web server with the PHP processor module installed.

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